NASCAR and other motorsports fans continue to mourn today after some shocking news over the weekend: The first and only officially licensed and legendary artist of NASCAR has passed away.
John Haynes, the man who founded Haynes Publishing Group and aided millions of auto owners and enthusiasts repair their vehicles, passed away last Friday, Feb. 8 at 80 years of age.
SEMA Hall of Fame member Ray Lipper passed away recently in his hometown of Santa Fe Springs, California.
All of us here in the motorsports world have reason to mourn today as we awoke to learn of the passing of a very famous figure in the world of NASCAR.
NHRA drivers, crew members and fans are mourning the recent loss of a legend: former NHRA Top Fuel championship-winning driver and crew chief Dick LaHaie.
Katarina “Kat” Moller, a 24-year-old dragster driver from Sarasota, Fla., died Thursday as a result of an accident at Sebring International Raceway.
The legendary David Pearson, who won three NASCAR premier series championships without once running a complete schedule, has passed away at 83 years of age.
Were it not for Dr. Don Panoz, the IMSA we know and appreciate today as a fan favorite likely wouldn’t be an entity.
A beloved and long-time journalist in the NASCAR world has died at the age of 80 years old.
NHRA drivers and fans are mourning the loss of a talented driver following a fatal crash last weekend at Atlanta Dragway. NHRA Top Sportsman racing series driver Randy Alexander died on Saturday after crossing the finish line.